PolyTEAK Guide to Caring for and Cleaning Your Outdoor Furniture

Depending on the weather where you live, your outdoor furniture can go through a lot: sun, rain, or even snow! After a while, your beautiful furniture, no matter how durable, can start to look a little dirty. But we’ve got great news for you. PolyTEAK outdoor furniture is remarkably easy to clean and maintain for season after season. Furthermore, here is a handy guide for you to follow!

Cleaning Your Outdoor Furniture: Soap and Water

You can simply use soap and warm water for cleaning your PolyTEAK outdoor furniture. With a cloth or sponge, wipe down each chair, table, or ottoman. Because some grime may get caught in the simulated wood grain, you can use a stiff bristle brush to break up the dirt particles.

Cleaning Your Outdoor Furniture: Sanding Sponge

For tough stains, dirt, or grime, use a sanding sponge. Using sandpaper, you can scrub at the dirt and then wipe it away with a clean cloth. PolyTEAK’s specialized poly lumber formula won’t be damaged by the sandpaper. As a result, you can wipe away stains with ease. Talk about low maintenance!

Cleaning Your Outdoor Furniture: Extra Cleaning Power

Finally, if you need some extra cleaning power, you can add 25% bleach with 75% water when you wash your PolyTEAK outdoor furniture.

Another option is to use a hose to spray your furniture and then wipe it dry using a clean cloth. Or, if you have one available, you can also use a pressure washer on a low setting.

In conclusion, here at PolyTEAK it is our goal to provide you with durable, long-lasting, quality products. We want our customers to enjoy our products with little to no worry about having to repaint, retouch, or replace. Our outdoor products are made of 100% water resistant and weatherproof lumber. With a sophisticated, all-weather design, our products can remain outdoors for season after season.
  • Richard on

    When will 2 gray side tables be available?
    What is the price of the side table?

  • Sonia Crandell on

    When will black side tables be available?

  • Barry Wayne Helberg on

    What sanding sponge do you recommend? My white table is very dirty?

  • Denise Spears on

    Any idea when the white ottoman may be back in stock?

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